Alliance opens season with 3-0 win

Recreation roundup

April 20, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | John Harris III and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writers

Mo McDonough scored two goals and Shely Seivert added a goal and an assist to help the Severna Park Alliance beat the Prince William (Va.) Spice, 3-0, in Sunday's Washington Area Girls Soccer League 19-and-under Division I opener at Kinder Park.

The Alliance (1-0) scored all three goals in the first half, as Seivert drilled a wind-aided 45-yard shot. Minutes later, McDonough maneuvered her way past Prince William defenders and beat the goalkeeper on a one-on-one opportunity. McDonough added the final goal on Seivert's direct kick.

Alliance keeper Erin Hon had 18 saves. Shannon Davis, Carrie Budzinski, Jessica Hines, Melissa Goebel and Trisha Monmaney played strong defense.

Severna Park will travel to Montgomery County Sunday to play the Bethesda Comets.

* 12-and-under boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force improved its record to 3-0 by downing the Gambrills Odenton Recreation Council, 3-0, in a County League Green division game on Sunday.

Ricky Swain scored two goals for Arundel and Dustin Page scored one. Kyle Scanlon and Michael Godfrey had one assist each for the Strike Force. Patrick Whitmire received credit for the shutout.

* 10-and-under boys -- Matthew Bury scored four goals to lead the Arundel Soccer Association to a 9-0 victory over St. Jane in Sunday's Red division game.

Daniel Hartman added three goals for the victors, and A. J. Stapleton and Richard Burke had a goal apiece. Sean Danhy and Robby Self each had an assist.

Senior Volleyball

Norwood Garage took its third consecutive Pasadena Senior Volleyball Association title recently by beating Guardex Chemicals, 3-0 (15-4, 15-11, 15-11).

The final two games were tied at 11 before Norwood pulled away, as outside hitter Tim Nulty registered a game-high six kills and had two blocks. Middle blocker Ron Ellencamp had five kills and three blocks.

Bill Prunkl was 12-for-12 from the service line with four aces. Paul Zimmerman, Fenn Stallsmith and George Kelch rounded out the winning squad.

Charlie Gerkin and Rich Stillman (two blocks) had four kills each for Guardex. Stillman also served eight straight points in the second game.

The PSVL is looking to add another team for the 1993-94 season. Anyone interested in playing on or entering a team should contact George Kelch at 437-8889 or Prunkl at 242-6580.

Boys basketball

The Severna Park Green Hornets upended Columbia, 40-27, in the third round of the 8-10 boys Crofton Tournament last Tuesday to improve their overall record to 55-4.

Joe Burke and Gil Goodrich both scored in double figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Natalie Hicks scored six, and David Wagner and Derek Dixon each scored four. Jon Garrick added two points. Hicks, Wagner and Richard Tuohey led the Hornets in rebounding.

PeeWee boys lacrosse

Kevin Reincke's five-goal, one-assist performance helped the Crofton Cobras defeat the Annapolis Elks, 11-0, Saturday in PeeWee A league action.

Ryan McCauley registered three goals and three assists for the 2-0 Cobras, and Liam Benton and John Hanzareck each had a goal and an assist. Eric Heppding notched a goal, and Chuck Greenlee, Ross Istavan, and Jake Iverson contributed an assist apiece. Doug Mayer helped keep offensive pressure on the Elks.

Cobras goalie James Mould had seven saves and was helped by defensemen John Wheat, Tim Husbands, Ron Mattel and Ryan Shepard. The win was the Cobras' 24th in a row over the past two seasons.

On April 12, the Cobras opened their season with a 6-1 win over the Severna Park Tigers.

Reinecke, and McCauley again topped the scoring list with two goals each. Hanzareck and Iverson tossed in a goal each. Heppding (one assist, two faceoffs), Mayer (one assist), Kyel Beckerman (one assist), Greenlee and Iverson all helped to dominate the midfield.

The defense was anchored by Jake Plattner, Shepard, Mattel and Mould, who made 10 saves.

The Cobras will be host to the Annapolis Area Youth Lacrosse Association Saturday.

Girls Gymnastics

Carolyn Hecht, a member of the Rebounders Level 9 gymnastics team, placed sixth in the all-around Region VII competition at Reading, Pa., over the weekend, advancing to the National Championship in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 8-9.

She placed first on the uneven bars (9.70), second in the floor exercise (9.475), and fourth on the balance beam with a score of 9.30.

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